Saving a Stored Procedure in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 will not show up in SP for Crystal Reports

I have just updated a Stored Procedure in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 2008. It works well as two EE members just made it so.

Now my problem is I have saved the SP as "A new Name.
Unfortunately the report I have is not updating with the new field placed in the SP.

Here is what I have tried.
I have closed Crystal Reports and reopened. Nothing changed.
I have searched and found two SP's in two locations and found them to be exactly the same in code. I fixed them to match exactly. They pull the new field ........Opened Crystal Reports. No change.

I am not sure what to do to get Crystal Reports to see the new field......Any thoughts.
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To get the new fields you need Crystal to reread the SP


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RUA Volunteer2?Tableau Trainer & Consultant Sales Exec.Author Commented:
That did it. Funny even after you close Crystal completely you would think it would auto refresh the SP....nope.....makes no sense. The Verify Database worked. Thank you sir.
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